The Society was called to order at 10.45 o’clock a m (local time) in room 211 of the Central High School building, the President, Professor Edward Orton, in the chair. By a mutual understanding between the Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Geological Section (Section E) of the Association had temporarily suspended its sessions and yielded the use of its room and time to this meeting of the Society.
The Secretary announced that the nine candidates for fellowship had received a nearly unanimous vote of the ballots transmitted, and that they were elected, as follows:
Richard Elwood Dodge, A. B., A. M., Teachers’ College, West 120th street, New York, N. Y. Professor of Geography in the Teachers’ College.
Charles Redway Dryer, A. B., M. A., M. D., Terre Haute, Indiana. Professor of Geography, Indiana State . . .